For the third consecutive night, WWE will be live from Brooklyn's Barclays Center, and just one night since the biggest event of the summer, "SummerSlam."

"Monday Night Raw" will have a lot to answer to, including the rivalry between Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker.

Based on replay footage from "SummerSlam," The Undertaker tapped out to Lesnar, but the referee did not see it. The timekeeper apparently did from his angle and rang the bell to conclude the match, but the referee disagreed and continued the match. Undertaker then put Lesnar in a submission and knocked him out for the win. It was a weird conclusion, but the aftermath will be one to watch. Lesnar and Undertaker are likely to make an appearance tonight.

WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins retained his title but also gained the United States Championship by defeating John Cena. Rollins was able to pin Cena with the help of "SummerSlam" host Jon Stewart, who made a special appearance throughout the show. Rollins will be in celebratory mode and demand his statue's construction at WWE headquarters in Connecticut.

Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns defeated Bray Wyatt and Luke Harper on Sunday night. It's unknown what's next for these four WWE superstars, since it appears the feud is concluded.

The New Day are the new WWE Tag Team Champions, pinning Los Matadores. Former champions The Prime Time Players were not pinned, and their feud with New Day may continue as the road to "Night of Champions" starts.

Becky Lynch provided Team PCB with a victory against Team Bella and Team B.A.D. Stephanie McMahon had indicated rewards for the winning "SummerSlam" team, and that could include a WWE Divas Championship match for a Team PCB member against Nikki Bella, who is nearly two weeks away from becoming the longest reigning Divas Champion ever.

Dolph Ziggler and Rusev's match ended in a double count-out on Sunday night. Summer Rae and Lana also brawled after the match. Many are expecting a mixed tag-team match to be confirmed for "Night of Champions."

"Arrow" star Stephen Amell and Neville defeated Stardust and King Barrett last night. From this feud, the question will be what becomes of Stardust? Will his gimmick continue or is this the restart for Cody Rhodes' return?

Other results from "SummerSlam": Intercontinental Champion Ryback retained his title against The Miz and Big Show. Kevin Owens defeated Cesaro. Sheamus defeated Randy Orton.

"Monday Night Raw" airs weekly at 8 p.m. EDT on the USA Network.


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